Thursday, October 14, 2010

Wild, Wild, Junction II The Historical Mystery Tour Continues

2nd Incredible Year!

The West Toronto Junction Historical Society presents:



Wild, Wild, Junction II

The Historical Mystery Tour Continues



And the launch of

Justice in the Junction

The Life and Times of Josiah Royce



Sunday, October 24, 3pm, Axis Gallery and Grill, 3048 Dundas West, ending at Shox's 3313 Dundas West.



Join us for our fall fund raiser and pub crawl



Relive the events that led the Junction to "go dry" for almost a century with the men and women who were there as the Legends of the Junction return.



Examine the Junction's oldest cold case: The Death of Joseph Curley.

Be sworn in as a jury member and vote. Accident or Murder?



M.P.P. Cheri DiNovo will be reprising her hilarious performance as the Reverend Shore whose famous “Harlotry, Vice and Iniquity” sermon set the Junction on fire.



Proceeds go to the Boom Times Artist/Mentors program working with local students to create original works of art about Junction history and culture.



We’ll also be officially launching our five part graphic novel series, Justice in the Junction, the Life and Times of Josiah Royce, with story by Neil Ross and art by Brendan FitzPatrick.



History meets community in the Junction!



Tickets $25, available at Pandemonium Books and Discs (2862 Dundas Street West) and Wise Daughters Craft Market (3079B Dundas Street West) and at the Annette Street Library (145 Annette Street)



Details and the spectacular Wild, Wild Junction 2 poster by Mark Dallas are on our homepage at: wtjhs.ca




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2 comments:

  1. This was good fun last year. On the other hand, there are those who might say: two pubs does not a crawl make!

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  2. To be grammatically correct, two pubs do not a crawl make :)

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